Born in Homs, Syria 1980. Lives and works in Vienna, Austria since 2006.
2006 - 2011 Study at the academy of fine arts Vienna, Austria, painting and printmaking; masterclass prof. Gunter Damisch. Diploma July 2011, Vienna.
1999 - 2003 Study at the faculty of fine arts Damascus, Syria. Sculpture class. Diploma 2003, Damascus.
2017 Nick at 80, group exhibition at Nick Treadwell gallery, Vienna
2016 In Memoriam for Gunter Damisch, group exhibition at Xposit gallery, Vienna
2015 Einstellung, group exhibition, Neue Galerie im Höhmannhaus, Augsburg, Germany
2015 Die Kunst ein Kind zu sein, Museum Münze, Hall in Tirol
2014 Let the children play, group exhibition of COP, Kunstforum, Vienna
2012 Concrete-Constructive-Minimal, group exhibition, NÖart, Böheimkirchen
2011 Thin Red Line, diploma exhibition, academy of fine arts, Vienna
2010 Confligere, group exhibition, Kunstverein Schattendorf, Austria
2009 XYZ, solo exhibition, artmark gallery, Vienna
2009 S13, group exhibition, in RLB-Atelier, Lienz, Austria
2007 No Landscape, Solo exhibition, Weltcafe gallery, Vienna
2006 Office art, group exhibition, C2C gallery, Prague
2005 Anta Huna, group exhibition, Goethe-Institut Gallery, Damascus
2017-18: Nick Treadwell Collection
2011: Kupferstichkabinett, Vienna
2005; Fatih Almudaress art centre and private collectors
2011 - 2012: Color-Field-Orientation
Art in public space project in Baden by Vienna;
Color Concept and Visual Design for the Rehabilitation Center Malcherhof Baden
2014 - 2016 Child of Play
Member of the art and culture initiative Child of Play: realizing several art- and integration projects. In cooperation with local and international organizations. Some of the projects:
2016 “Equal Dreams”, in cooperation with OFID, Amman, Jordan
“Wimmelbild”, in cooperation with SOS Germany, Düsseldorf, Germany
“Journey into Harmony” in cooperation with Caritas, Vienna, Austria.
2015 “The right to be a child” in cooperation with SOS, Hall in Tirol, Austria.
2014: “Ka Dreck” educational campaigns for ARA (Altstoff Recycling Austria), Krems, Linz, Mödling, Austria.
2014: “Let the children play” in cooperation with UNHCR, Zaatari Refugee Camp, Jordan.